Adventures have always been one of life’s best experiences. As many would say, if you haven’t traveled, you haven’t lived. In this video, we’ll look at five amazing places you really have to visit before you die.
The first place to visit for this video isn’t that high up on people’s lists, but it’s extremely underrated and a must-visit. Santorini, known for its pebble beaches, dramatic vistas, and iconic blue and white houses and buildings, is a sight to see.
If you do decide to visit, the capital city, Fira, is the place to go. Early May to mid-October is the best time to visit Santorini.
Great Wall of China
There’s a reason why The Great Wall of China is heralded as a World Heritage Site. It’s a testament to the ability of mankind to band together and create something no single person would have ever been able to.
For years we’ve survived against sharper claws and faster predators by working together, and the Great Wall of China, a testament to the importance of unity and cooperation, is a reminder of that.
The Great Pyramids
To many, the pyramids in Egypt are larger than life. They’re magnificent mysteries—architectural wonders.
To be able to feel the sands that surround it, touch the stones that retain its structures, and climb to the top of one of the world’s greatest wonders, definitely gives one enough brownie points to say that they’ve lived their life.
Great Barrier Reef
Arguably the world’s most beautiful underwater stretch of ecological wildlife, the Great Barrier Reef is the most complex natural ecosystem in the world.
There’s no better way to feel in touch with your life than to come face-to-face with wildlife you wouldn’t have been able to interact with otherwise than to visit the planet’s largest reef.
Aurora Borealis, Waterfalls, Geysers, and fascinating wildlife you won’t see anywhere else. What else do we need to say about Iceland—except that it’s a place everyone should be able to visit at least once in their lives.
Even for those who aren’t that keen on the cold, Iceland is a world of hidden gems set apart from the rest of the world.
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